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854 West 181st St. 3H, New York, NY 10033

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$360,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Washington Heights Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$696 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Rooftop Access
Unit Laundry

Prime Hudson Heights - This charming, restored pre-war one bedroom is move-in-ready and features high ceilings and stunning, ornate light fixtures. The spacious living room is perfect for entertaining and includes a comfortable dining area that easily seats a party of six. The windowed galley kitchen is outfitted with a dishwasher and full-size appliances and is perfect for creating all your favorite recipes. The bedroom is extra-large (think king-size bed) with room for a desk or Peloton. Completing this enjoyable home are handsome, pristine-condition walnut-stained hardwood floors throughout.

The co-op has an oversized, breathtaking rooftop deck with stunning views of the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge. It includes designated areas for you to grow your own herbs and vegetables. The building also offers an on-site washer/dryer, bike storage, and compost bins. Pets are allowed with board approval. Smoking is not permitted.

Restaurants: Multiple trendy 4- and 5-star Yelp-reviewed restaurants are right on the street. Here's a few: 181 Cabrini, an American restaurant; Le Cheile, an eclectic Irish-themed pub; and Saggio, a hidden Southern Italian spot featuring homemade pasta.

Transportation: This home is close to the A train (1.5 blocks away), 1 train, express bus lines, and multiple Citi Bike stations (Riverside Drive and 181st; 180th and Fort Washington Ave.; Fort Washington Ave. and 183rd).

Outdoor Activities & Parks: Check out Fort Tryon Park-designed by Fredrick Law Olmsted, the American landscape architect famous for Central Park, the Cloisters, and Heather Garden-or head down to the Hudson River to Fort Washington Park, where you will find the Little Red Lighthouse, tennis courts, soccer and baseball fields, running trails, and a bike path that is traffic-free all the way down the west side of Manhattan to Battery Park.

To sum it up this is the new home you've been wishing for, and it's available now.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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